Posts Tagged: Government Printing Office

Daily Dose: Google and GPO Let You Get Your Gov Read On

C’mon – you know you’re nerdy enough to review the Federal budget on your Nook. Well, now you can. Ed. O’Keefe in his Federal Eye blog reports that GPO and Google inked a deal to make government documents available in Google’s eBookstore: Google, GPO strike an e-Book deal Here are a few details from Ed:Read… Read more »

Changes to Access to U.S. Federal Court Records on PACER

Changes intended to enhance public access to U.S. federal court records through the PACER system were announced 16 March 2010 by the Judicial Conference of the United States. PACER is the fee-based legal information service of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC) Public Access and Records Management Division. According to the announcement,Read… Read more »